Natalie is a respected consultant within Uganda’s ICT community. She has served on the management team of AITEC Uganda and was Program Manager for I-Network Uganda, where she designed and implemented public communications programs to promote the importance of ICT in Uganda's development. She also served as Director for the Kalangala Information Center, a Rural Communications Development Fund project. In 2009 she founded BDE Consults, a regional consultancy firm that provides ICT research and institutional development services to East African clients. As the Country Program Manager, Natalie oversees DOT program implementation.
Natalie has a Bachelor of Arts in Ethics and Development and a Master of Science in Development Economics from the Uganda Martyrs University.
Jackline joined DOT Uganda in July 2014 as the Communications Officer, working with the global communications team on branding, marketing, and managing DOT Uganda’s digital presence. Currently, she oversees DOT Uganda’s partnerships, communications and fundraising efforts.
Previously, she served for three years at MTN Uganda, Uganda’s leading telecommunications company. She is an alum of the Young African Leaders Initiative Regional Leadership Center East Africa, an initiative launched by President Barack Obama to invest in the next generation of African leaders.
She is passionate about technology and mentoring young people in communication for development, advocating for gender equality, and education and youth empowerment, with a special focus on marginalized communities.
Jackline has a bachelor degree in information technology from Makerere University.
Donnie is an ICT4D, gender, youth empowerment and rural development specialist. He is actively engaged in promoting and supporting the use of ICTs to address issues of sustainable development in Uganda.
Donnie worked as an IT officer for the Ministry of ICT and the National Information Technology Authority, and provided technical support for the Electoral Commission. He has carried out short consultancies for organizations such as Technology Solutions Africa Limited and Makerere University. He is a member of the Internet Society Uganda Chapter and the International Librarians Network peer mentoring program.
Donnie holds a Bachelor of Science in Library and Information Science from Uganda Christian University and a diploma in mobile app development from Shaw Academy.
Josephine is passionate about gender and working with young people. At DOT Uganda, she is responsible for curriculum delivery, training and mentoring Interns during their Internship learning.
Josephine is the founder of Startup Mama, a social enterprise which equips stay-at-home wives with skills. She has volunteered with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, the Luwero District Local Government and KESSO Technical Services.
Josephine holds a bachelor degree in procurement and logistics management from Kyambogo University.
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